Portland, Ore., is magnet for gay cou...

Portland, Ore., is magnet for gay couples wanting babies

There are 3 comments on the Times Herald story from May 11, 2013, titled Portland, Ore., is magnet for gay couples wanting babies. In it, Times Herald reports that:

Jonathan Kipp, right, a gay dad, who's the head of marketing for Oregon Reproductive Medicine and his partner Eddie Glenn, left, walk their children Annie Glenn, 6, and Zach Glenn, 9, to school with the family pet, Chrissie.

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Since: Dec 08

Toronto, ON, Canada

#1 May 11, 2013
Why? Move to state that let's you adopt if you really want kids. And there are plenty of adorable little Chinese girls with brainy genes who are in orphanages in that country due to its sexism.

There are already way too many humans on the planet. The population needs to be greatly reduced, not just stabilized.
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#2 May 11, 2013
JohnInToronto wrote:
Why? Move to state that let's you adopt if you really want kids. And there are plenty of adorable little Chinese girls with brainy genes who are in orphanages in that country due to its sexism.
There are already way too many humans on the planet. The population needs to be greatly reduced, not just stabilized.
At $90,000 to $170,000 a pop; surrogacy is not likely to run rampant

Since: Apr 08

Cleveland, OH

#5 May 11, 2013
JohnInToronto wrote:
Why? Move to state that let's you adopt if you really want kids. And there are plenty of adorable little Chinese girls with brainy genes who are in orphanages in that country due to its sexism.
There are already way too many humans on the planet. The population needs to be greatly reduced, not just stabilized.
Actually it's getting quite difficult for LGBT adoptive parents to adopt from countries like China. More and more of those countries are restricting foreign adoptions to only heterosexual married couples.

In the United States, though, there are thousands and thousands of kids languishing in the foster care system waiting for the chance to be adopted. Many of those kids in foster care will never be adopted and will "age out" of the system when they turn 18. There just aren't enough adoptive parents to take kids in foster care.

That's why every state in the USA needs to step up and encourage more domestic adoptions -- including adoptions by perfectly qualified parents who happen to be LGBT. Some states have figured it out but far too many are still stuck in the dark ages of ignorance and think that being LGBT automatically disqualifies a person from being a good parent.

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